B.S. Parks and Wildlife Law Enforcement

The Parks and Wildlife Law Enforcement degree prepares the student to seek employment with a variety of federal, state, and municipal natural resource recreation management agencies as a park law enforcement officer/ranger or wildlife conservation officer/game warden. In addition to natural resource related law enforcement and ranger positions, Parks and Wildlife Law Enforcement graduates are qualified to seek regular law enforcement positions in a variety of agencies including municipal police departments, sheriff’s departments, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, the U.S. Border Patrol, and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.  The CLEET Collegiate Officer Program option allows successful candidates to graduate with their full-time, Oklahoma law enforcement certification.

Course Requirement Information

Required Courses Credit Hrs Career Links
General Education 43-44 hrs
Degree Specific
41-42 hrs
  Electives
Minimum Hours Required for degree 120 hrs
Approximately 8 Semesters